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Aptamil Super Gold Mama
For pregnant & Lactating mums





Prebiotic mix scGOS/lcFOS supports healthy gut.

With 15 Essential Minerals and Vitamins, such as Vitamins A,C and E to support optimal Growth & Development.

Additional intake of DHA is recommended by FAO/WHO for pregnant and lactating women. DHA is important building blocks for the development of the brain and eyes.

Vitamin D helps the body utilize calcium and phosphorus.

Calcium helps to support development of strong bone and teeth.

Iron is an important component of red blood cells which carry oxygen to all parts of the body to help the body’s production of energy.

Vitamin B12 helps in formulation of red blood cell.

Iodine is essential trace element that is vital for normal growth and development.

HYGENIC INFORMATION


1. Wash your hands thoroughly before preparing the feed.

2. Boil cleaned bottle/ cup in clean drinking water for 10 minutes.

3. Boil drinking water 5 minutes; let it cool until 40°C.

4. Pour correct amount of previously boiled warm (40°C) water into cup.

5. Add correct number of scoops, levelled off, of ‘Aptamil Super Gold Mama’. Use a spoon to stir the cup of milk gently until the powder dissolves.


RECOMMENDED INTAKE? GLASS PER DAY
Before pregnancy – to strengthen your body 2
During pregnancy – to meet increased demand for nutrients 3
After child birth – to restore strength 2

Standard dilution

Add 6 level scoops (48g) of ‘Aptamil Super Gold Mama’ milk powder to one glass (200ml) of boiled lukewarm (approx. 40°C) water. Stir well before drinking. Prepare only one feed at a time. Discard unused feed.

Storage

Use before expiry date on the bottom of the tin. Store in a cool, dry place before and after opening to ensure freshness. After opening, close tin tightly using lid provided and use content within 3 weeks. Do not keep it in the refrigerator.

Breast feeding is the best for babies. The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the ?rst six months of life.


Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age-appropriate food while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond.


Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.

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For more information, please contact our toll free line at 1800-212 160 important_notice